Lunch and Learn Monthly Activities
Some examples of past L&Ls that give students a better view on what to expect while in the LMU-MS Program.
- DCOM Admissions
- CVM Admissions
- Personal Statement Workshops
- Research Resources
- Mental Health Awareness
- Test Anxiety Workshops
- Career Outcomes
- Mock Interviews
Student Mentor Program
The Student Mentoring Program is dedicated to providing assistance to students as they achieve their educational and professional goals by fostering peer support program that encourages academic excellence, community connectivity and engagement. These goals are achieves through a variety of activities and support programs that while promoting the personal and professional growth and development of the participants. The Mentors are past masters students from the Anatomical Science, Biomedical Science, and Veterinary Biomedical Science Majors. The primary role of the mentor is to provide guidance and support to your mentee based on his or her unique developmental needs.
- Provide advice and guidance, share ideas and provide feedback
- Provide best practices within the program
- Be sounding board for concerns and ideas
- Be cheerleader
- Force mentee to think out of the box and come up with new strategies.
The LMU-MS partners with the LMU Office of Career Services which provides career guidance to LMU-MS students. The Office of Career Services helps with resume construction, cover letters, and interview prep. Additionally, if you are seeking information regarding transfer and graduate school the office will assist you in making informed decisions about your future beyond LMU. Graduate School and Career Fairs are provided for students each semester to connect you directly to graduate programs and employers. Looking for a place to start? Check out our LMU Career Services Handbook!
LMU-MS Program Office of Admissions
phone: 1.800.325.0900 ext. 6576
email: [email protected]